Oscar Pistorius could compete in this year's World Championships after a judge changed his bail restrictions to allow him to travel abroad.
On the second day of Oscar Pistorius' bail hearing, the court heard how witnesses heard shouting and gunshots from the runner's home.
A private funeral ceremony was held for Reeva Steenkamp on the same day as the prosecution set out its case against Oscar Pistorius.
The bail conditions hearing has concluded, after just fifty minutes.
The judgement will be delivered at 12:30pm, 10:30am UK time.
Gerrie Nel, prosecuting lawyer, says the Oscar Pistorius trial will be before end of the year.
Oscar Pistorius' lawyer, Barry Roux, argues that Pistorius can't be prevented from returning to his home - where Reeva Steenkamp was killed - indefinitely.
Oscar Pistorius' defence lawyer has told the bail conditions hearing that "he is going nowhere".
Pistorius doesn't want a holiday, but may want to compete in the future, his advocate says.
Pistorius' advocate argues that he is essentially under house arrest. He doesn't want to "jump on a plane".
The Oscar Pistorius hearing begins.
A decision on whether his bail conditions can be altered is expected today
No sign of Pistorius' family at court as Oscar's lawyers challenge his bail conditions.
He isn't obliged to turn up, and hasn't.
The lawyers of Oscar Pistorius, who faces trial for the alleged premeditated killing of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, will today challenge the terms of his bail restrictions.
The Paralympian is unlikely, however, to appear in court.
Yesterday, Oscar’s brother Carl pleaded not guilty to a charge of culpable homicide or negligent killing for the death of a female motorcyclist in a road accident in 2008.
The appearance in court of Carl Pistorius comes a day before his brother Oscar challenges the bail conditions that were imposed on him last month.
Oscar’s next court appearance is scheduled for June.
He faces trial for the alleged premeditated killing of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.